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[audio]Processed World radio magazine - "Pinhead Schuler" (Terry Hawkins, Janice Leiber, Chris Carlsson)
Episode 1: "Attitude Adjustment Seminar" 30 minutes. :16 Introduction by Terry Hawkins 1:08 "Bad Attitude" theme written and performed by Janice Leiber :15 Introduction by Terry Hawkins 1:16 Sorry I'm Late by Pam Tranfield, voice Janice Leiber 2:24 Manuscript Found in a Typewriter by Christopher Winks, voice Terry Hawkins 1:05 Keep Jane's Fingers Dancing! by Adam Cornford, voices Adam and Janice 1:30 Letter: Bosso in The Can by R.M.-Atlanta, voice Karen Balke :20 Letter: Out of Order Sign by M.-...
Keywords: work; wage-slavery; typing; offices; satire; humor
Downloads: 26
[audio]Processed World radio magazine excerpt - "Pinhead Schuler" (Terry Hawkins, Janice Leiber, Chris Carlsson)
1:12 Twist of Fate by Jonathan Leake, voice D.S. Black :27 To NASA with Love by Linda Thomas, voice Janice 1:29 Opinions by Adam Cornford, voice Adam :35 Missing Work by William Talcott, voice Terry 1:20 Why I Can't Work by Bridget Reilly, voice Michelle
Keywords: work; wage-slavery; typing; offices; satire; humor
Downloads: 20
[audio]Local Remanufacturing Our Way Out of the Depression - Shaping San Francisco Talks
How Can Making Products Locally From Recyclables Solve Local Economic Challenges? "We need to make products locally from local recyclables." said Peter Berg. "Remanufacturing provides meaningful work, closes the energy loop, and stimulates creativity. It is a practical response to the economic slump that builds on our physical and human resources." Featuring: Neil Seldman, President of the Washington, D.C.-based Institute For Local Self-Reliance, Peter Berg, Planet Drum Foundation director, and ...
Keywords: Recycling; waste; remanufacturing; materials; sustainability; green jobs; work
Downloads: 32
[audio]Radical Appoaches To Organizing Work And Social Initiatives - Shaping San Francisco
A conversation about network forms of work and their relationship to capitalism, business, and alternative ways of producing our world. Panel Moderator is Michael Whitson Panel: Shereef Bishay of Better Means, Chris Carlsson of Nowtopia, Gordon Edgar (Life on the Wedge), member of Rainbow Grocery Workers' Cooperative.
Keywords: Work; networks; open source; internet; Nowtopia; coops; collectives; markets; money; incentives; feedback
Downloads: 21
[audio]Crime in the City: Crime/Noir writers - Shaping San Francisco
"Crime fiction is almost like a product of capitalism. It's about social inequality" --Ian Rankin, best-selling crime novelist Join four of the finest exponents of crime and noir as they discuss how fiction is not just a mirror to the seamier sides of life, but the proverbial hammer with which to shape it. Owen Hill is the author of two novels and many books of poetry. Of his latest, The Incredible Double, David Ulin of the Los Angeles Times said,"...here we have the essence of noir, a life live...
Keywords: Noir; Crime; Fiction; politics; history; urban life; cities; San Francisco; work; day jobs
Downloads: 66
[audio]3 Ten Years--Labor in the 1970s - Shaping San Francisco
Excerpted from "Ten Years That Shook the City: San Francisco 1968-78", Jesse Drew describes the blue-collar industrial life in the Norheast Mission District, when beer was brewed, bread baked, and trains rolled through in the dark of night.
Keywords: labor; work; factories; blue-collar; beer; bread; Twinkies; mayonnaise; trains; Mission District; 1970s
Downloads: 100
[audio]The Right to be Lazy - Shaping San Francisco
Overcoming Work and Sacrifice Surprising numbers of people too often accept or encourage a âcollapse of civilizationâ as a necessary precondition for radical change. Come and discuss the 19th century visionary Paul LaFargueâs re-issued book âThe Right to Be Lazyâ along with our visions of a post-capitalist life that imagines a life of abundance, generosity, and cooperation. Editor Bernard Marszalek and Chris Carlsson (Nowtopia) discuss with the audience.
Keywords: Work; Laziness; Wage-labor; consumption; economy; coops; sacrifice; volunteerism; business; busy-ness; overwork
Downloads: 59
[audio]Endangered Species Campaiging - Shaping San Francisco
Endangered Buses is an artwork that wrapped four San Francisco Muni buses in images of locally endangered species. Reintroducing these animals into the urban scene that displaced them, the project dramatizes the priorities and conflicts which shape habitat for both humans and animals. Endangered Buses emerges from a vision of engaged and interdependent beings. Reports on the Tuolomne River Trust and SalmonAID, as well as a case study of Sharp Park Golf Course.....
Keywords: Endangered species; Endangerbus; Salmon; San Francisco garter snake; California red-legged frog; Sharp Park Golf Course; media; ecology; environmentalism; economics; work
Downloads: 43
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